Roda de Berà
Since Roman times, Roda de Berà has become a very important point of communication, since it was close to the old Vía Augusta, and history and the passing of time have turned Roda de Berà into the beautiful municipality that it is today. leaving an indelible mark on the cultural heritage and the spirit of its inhabitants.
Its spectacular beaches of fine golden sand, the attraction of its cultural heritage, its squares and alleys, its charming corners, have turned Roda de Berà into a prominent tourist enclave on the Costa Daurada.
Roda de Berà is a family tourism destination, with a range of leisure and services designed for the enjoyment of all.
You can enjoy high-quality beaches (certified and with a blue flag!), visit the Roc de Sant Gaietà, where you will find the Luis del Olmo Radio Museum and the Espai Jujol, as well as its Andalusian and Arab patios and Mediterranean restaurants and renowned ice cream parlors. You can also take a walk along the Camino de Ronda and admire the views, while you walk towards Playa Larga.
If you are passionate about the sea, in the Marina you can rent a boat or practice diving, and in the Surf School, located in the Roc de Sant Gaietà, you can practice surfing, paddle surfing and kayaking.
For cultural visits, we recommend the Arco de Berà, declared a World Heritage Site by UNSECO, the Mas Carreras chapel, decorated inside with modernist Jujol-style ornamentation, the San Bartolomé Church and the Hermitage of the Virgin Mary. Don't forget to stop by the Pedrera de l'Elies, where in summer a festival of cultural and musical shows is organized for the public.
Complement your experience with natural routes and enjoy the spectacular views from the Cucurull defense tower and from the Pujol de la Morella viewpoint.
In case you need to buy food, clothes, gifts or anything else, you have a wide range of local shops at your disposal.
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